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FINAL EXAMINATION FAMILY LAW PROFESSOR HENDRICKSON SPRING 2010 INSTRUCTIONS: 1 This is an open book exam. 2 Please answer each question; your answers must be typed, double-spaced, at least 12 point font. 3 Your exam may not exceed 6 pages total. No particular margins are required. 4 Cite authority where appropriate. You do not need to use Blue Book citation, simply name of case or code section. Limit your answers to authority from the text or other materials covered in class. No independent research is necessary or appropriate. 5 Write your exam number on your exam envelope. Put your correct class section and student exam#. Do not use your name, student ID number or Social Security Number on any exam materials. 6 Turn in your exam to the faculty center on the second floor by 5 pm, Thursday, May 13, 2010 . You may not submit your exam electronically. Late exams CANNOT be accepted. GOOD LUCK!
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FAMILY LAW FINAL EXAM 2010 Please note: There are THREE questions; each question has TWO sub-parts. Each question is worth 60 points for a total of 180 points. The sub-parts are worth the points indicated. QUESTION ONE Mei Tsang and Raymond Chan meet in college at UC Berkeley. Raymond is from China and has come to the US for college. His parents and siblings remain in China and he plans to return there after obtaining an advanced degree here in the US. Mei and her parents were all born in the US, but her grandparents immigrated from China and she and her family are very welcoming to Raymond. Raymond and Mei’s grandparents both speak Mandarin, which is nice for them and comforting to Raymond. Mei and Raymond decide to marry in their senior year. Raymond maintains his student visa and does not pursue citizenship; he has now lived in the US for close to four years. After graduation, the couple travel to China to meet Raymond’s family and to explore career and business opportunities. They
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